Ep. 91 - David vs. Doug

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Seven members of the Greenbelt Council resigned en masse, including former mayor of Toronto David Crombie, who was the council's chair. They say a new provincial law would gut environmental protections. Steve and John Michael discuss how things got to this point. Also, they dig into a report from the auditor general which reveals, among many other things, that some Ontario schools use textbooks so out of date that they refer to Future Shop (yes, you read that right) as a Canadian e-commerce leader.
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Dec 08, 2020
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